Literature Essay | Defining Literature

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Defining Literature

Summary: An argumentative/persuasive essay on what literature is. The example of A Night Without Armor by Jewel Kilcher is considered in the context of the definition of literature, as it is a body of creative written works, and it includes the basic elements of poetry essential to the classification of literature.
The definition of literature has been discussed and argued over time and there is no precise answer to be given. Any reader or author can define literature as whatever they wish it to be defined as. This is more of an opinion of how one views certain pieces of work or writings and whether or not they feel that is actually literature or not. Literature is any type of creative writing such as fiction or poetry, for example. Literature is also any form of body of written works of language, which could be from the English era or even as far back as the Shakespearean or Elizabethan era. It is also work from a specific period or culture defining key elements or somehow relating to and/or expressing how it is exactly from that time. The literature can mention popular events or activities that have taken place from...

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